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Song Parodies -> "Get Some Z's"

Original Song Title:

"Catch The Wind"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Get Some Z's"

Parody Written by:

Donna VanLeitch

The Lyrics

Donna vs Teddy: The Musical
Act III Scene 3
Donna's not buying the old age excuse and taunts Teddy about his inability to satisfy her
In the silly bobs and pivots
Of a flirtin' spree
My fantasy
Is the scorched throes of the hugging kind

To squeal and call you loudly
And to make you stand
So tall and grand
Ah, but I may as well lie and get some Z's

When touchdowns catch your eyes
I want to ply some style
Recline a while
In underwear, I'd cook, I'd try some wine

For me to rub you down
Would be a dream I'd bring
Good praise I'd fling
Ah, but I may as well sigh and get some Z's

Zee zee zi zee
Zee zee zee zee
Zee zee zee zee
Zee zee zee zee
Zee zee zee

When games have sprung the need for cheer
I'd flaunt my rear
And silk brassiere
To help you to see how I feel inclined

I'd dance t' win your heart
And share my wants and needs
My bong and weed
Ah, but I may as well cry and get some Z's

Ah, but I may as well lie and get some Z's

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Pacing: 4.7
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Overall Rating: 4.7

Total Votes: 14

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